My grandfather just recently gave me a 1987 Poniac 6000 STE. Everything ran perfect and the car only had 89,000 miles, but 2 of the speakers are dead and there is a constant static with factory audio system.
I am definitely new to all of this but ive been learning slowly, but im trying to see if this system I have would be alright in the car. I care more about the sound quality throughout the car more than how hard the bass rocks. I first thought about 2 8" subs but I think a 10" is what I need. But dont get me wrong, I love lots of bass, just not where it vibrates a tri-block area and drowns the music completely. I listen to alot of Rock and Rap. I also didnt plan on spending more than 600 for the whole system.. nothing extremely fancy but a nice, solid audio system. So for the new system I planned on putting in..
Head Unit: Pioneer DEH-6300 UB
Speakers: Pioneer TS-A6963R 6x9 for the back dash and Pioneer TS-G1043R 4" for the front dash.
Amplifier: Alpine MRP-F300 V-Power 4-channel
Subwoofer: JL Audio 10W1v2-4
I was also thinking about adding some tweeters in there, but as far as those four go, would that be pretty legit?
Is there anything that wouldnt work together?
Im not sure about the amplifier though, how many watts I would be getting out of that with 4 speakers and the sub. 200-300 for the one sub and 2-40 for each speaker, but would it better to just run my speakers through the Head unit with 4 x 50W MOSFET amplifier?
Any help, recommendations and advice is extremely appreciated, I plan on making all the purchases within a few days, sorry for my ignorance lol.